Buyunde Acura Sylivester

Rookie - 6 Points (8/10/1990 - Date / Kenya, Western province)

Just a Smile


Thousands of happiness can't,
Remove one pain in heart,
But one pain can remove,
Thousand of happiness in heart,
So, Live within the acceptable fringes,
And turn your door By the fix of you hinges,
When looking for happiness,
Never just look upon laughter,
Expect painful tears too!

That single minute,
Out of thousands of hours,
That you had spend building,
Rome towers of happiness,
Might raze to ashes,
When a minute stone slides,
Down the slope in pain!

Just consider a smile,
As a curve that,
Rubs away wrinkles,
And sets them straight,
When not in use!

Remember the unfair world:
The obvious make us laugh,
The special make us cry,
Yet we have to consider the special!

Before we die alone;
We are born alone,
We live sole.,
By only our love and friendship,
Do we create an illusion,
That we ain't alone,
So, we end up living in joy!

Just consider a smile,
As a curve of lips,
That sandwich a message,
Of ' I like that! '

Can you like this?

You can't count,
Your hair!
You can't see,
While eyes closed!
You can't breathe,
When your tongue is out!

Oh no!
Please put your tongue inside!

If you've just smiled!
That's the far you can do,
To claim that you're happy,
Believe this;
Just smile, and chill off.

Submitted: Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Edited: Monday, March 11, 2013

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